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" ... a separate branch from the subclavian artery. Passing backward, above the eighth cervical nerve and between the transverse process of the seventh cervical vertebra and the first rib, it runs up the back part of the neck, between the Complexus and... "
Anatomy of the arteries of the human body - 第 151 頁
John Hatch Power 著 - 1860 - 374 頁
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An Illustrated System of Human Anatomy: Special, General and Microscopic

Samuel George Morton - 1849 - 642 頁
...It first passes upwards and backward, curves outward behind the Bcalenus anticus, and then dips down between the transverse process of the seventh cervical vertebra and the first rib. This tortuous arrangement, according to the observations of Cruveilhier, is remarkably constant. The...
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A Manual of the Dissection of the Human Body

Luther Holden - 1851
...Inferior cervical ganglion. — This is commonly semilnnar in form, and is situated in the interval between the transverse process of the seventh cervical vertebra and the first rib, immediately behind the vertebral artery. It receives branches from the seventh and eighth spinal nerves,...
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The Dublin dissector or Manual of anatomy

Robert Harrison - 1854 - 541 頁
...arises in common with the supe. rior intercostal. Cruveilhier says, that it invariably passes backwards between the transverse process of the seventh cervical vertebra and the first rib, and not as described above.] The axilliary artery descends from the lower edge of the first rib, obliquely...
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The Practical anatomist

Jonathan M. Allen - 1856 - 631 頁
...it very frequently supplies the upper two intercostal spaces. The PROFOUND CERVICAL passes backwards between the transverse process of the seventh cervical vertebra and the first rib. It assists in supplying the deep muscles on the back. The small veins in this region correspond to the...
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Anatomy of the arteries of the human body, with the descriptive anatomy of ...

John Hatch Power - 1860
...under cover of the scalenus anticus muscle, the subclavian artery gives off the cervicalis profunda and superior intercostal arteries, which frequently...the spinous and transverse process of the cervical vertebree, lying on the spino-transverse muscle and covered by the great complexus. It supplies the...
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Anatomy, descriptive and surgical

Henry Gray - 1862 - 816 頁
...intercostal, and is analogous to the posterior branch of an aortic intercostal artery. Passing backwards, between the transverse process of the seventh cervical vertebra and the first rib, it ascends the back part of the neck, between the Complexus and Semi-spinalis colli muscles, as high as...
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Holden's Manual of the Dissection of the Human Body

Luther Holden, John Langton - 1879 - 692 頁
...inferior ganglia. The inferior cervical ganglion is of considerable size, and is situated in the interval between the transverse process of the seventh cervical vertebra and the first rib, immediately behind the vertebral artery. It receives branches from the seventh and eighth spinal nerves,...
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Anatomy of the arteries of the human body, with the descriptive anatomy of ...

John Hatch Power - 1881
...under cover of the scalenus anticus muscle, the subclavian artery gives off the cervicalis profunda and superior intercostal arteries, which frequently...neck, in the groove between the spinous and transverse processes of the cervical vertebrae, lying between the semi-spinalis muscle and the great complexus...
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The Student's Guide to Surgical Anatomy

Edward Bellamy - 1885 - 373 頁
...complexus and semi-spinalis colli muscles. The profunda cervicis enters the region by passing backwards between the transverse process of the seventh cervical vertebra and the first rib. The nerves found here are branches of the sub-occipital and the posterior branches of the great occipital,...
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Anatomy, Descriptive and Surgical

Henry Gray - 1901 - 1257 頁
...as a separate branch from the subclavian artery. Passing backward, above the eighth cervical nerve and between the transverse process of the seventh cervical vertebra and the first rib, it runs up the back part of the neck, between the Complextis and Semispinalis colli muscles, as high as...
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